December 27, 2005

Two Weeks In
Rincón, Puerto Rico

I can't believe it's been two weeks since I arrived; time seems to have just flown by. I'm booked for another week here in Rincón, then I'm off to my next destination.

I think I'd like to pick two or three islands to visit in the Lesser Antilles, perhaps hitting Trinidad and Tobago for Carnival (if I'm not past Venezuela and into Brazil by mid-February). At the moment I'm exploring the idea of either heading over to San Juan and the Virgin Islands for a few days, or perhaps catching a ferry (12 hours/$160) from Mayagüez to the Dominican Republic. I'd probably spend about the same amount of time in either location, catching a flight to the next (southern) island in mid-January.

What do you think I should do? Which direction would you point me in?



December 27th, 2005

Hey Craig,

great to see u traveling again, keep up the great blogging, would like to see travel to central america, places like Honduras and or Nicaragua, please take more pics. Also may attempt to get ya video camera, cheapee, this content would be great for a video blog, easy to do, check out

ps: if not central america u gotta do Chile? Peace out

Vis Ben

Puerto Rico

Craig |

December 30th, 2005

I'm really leaning towards the Dominican Republic at the moment.

I'm having a hard time figuring out what other islands I can make it to/stay at within the Caribbean though.

I'll keep you all posted! :)
Happy New Year!

Jakes snake

December 31st, 2005

Hey man, it's your travels, go with what you feel, f*$k what everyone else wants. Have a great New Year bro!


December 31st, 2005

Hey - Let me know if you decide on Trinidad and Tobago. I know some people from there and I'd be willing to see what recommendations they've got.

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